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Filamentation of arbitrary polarized femtosecond laser pulses in case of high-order Kerr effect

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Abstract

We developed a model of femtosecond filamentation which includes high-order Kerr effect and an arbitrary polarization of a laser pulse. We show that a circularly polarized pulse has maximum filament intensity. Also, we show that, independently of the initial pulse polarization, the value of a maximum filament intensity tends to the maximum intensity of either linearly or circularly polarized pulse.

© 2013 Optical Society of America

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